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  • android | James Purser
    view the various alerts How to use it Blog Catagories Tech android google Read more about Planning Alerts Android App Version 0 3 James Purser s blog Add new comment OpenAustralia Search Droid 0 2 Available Submitted by James Purser on Fri 11 06 2010 23 31 Just a quick note to let everyone know that version 0 2 is now out This version has definitely fixed the 1 5 1 6 version installation problems as well as the JSONArray issues I was having before I ve also been asked to consider building an iphone version of the app I m looking at what s required but the first step seems to be download 2 3GB of code including iPhone Emulator and IDE which makes Androids development environment seem positively anorexic by comparison Blog Catagories Tech android Read more about OpenAustralia Search Droid 0 2 Available James Purser s blog Add new comment OpenAustralia Search Droid Progress Submitted by James Purser on Sun 06 06 2010 21 02 It s been a while since I last did anything with the OpenAustralia Search Droid so I thought I would give it another crack Over the weekend I ve brought it up to what I think is worthy of a 0 1 release and in fact have taken it a little further It is a very basic project something more along the lines of a teaching project but it has the following features Blog Catagories Tech OpenAustralia android Read more about OpenAustralia Search Droid Progress James Purser s blog Add new comment My first Android App Submitted by James Purser on Sat 06 02 2010 15 18 Well here s my first Android App Essentially it s a recreation of my Google Wave Robot OpenAusBot well at least the House of Reps

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  • Gardening | James Purser
    1 comment Add new comment Crops Are a Coming Submitted by James Purser on Wed 12 11 2008 16 24 You know for our first effort at this vegie gardening lark we haven t done too badly We ve learnt lessons along the way and will certainly be preparing a bit more for the winter season however given the crop we ve got coming up we can hold our heads up high So far we ve got the following coming to crop Zuchinnis Black Golden and other Squash of many varieties Cherry Tomatos Stringless Beans Pumpkin growing in the old compost heap of all places Capsisum Eggplants So really can t complain Blog Catagories Gardening Read more about Crops Are a Coming James Purser s blog 1 comment Add new comment Turning Weeds Into Usefulness Submitted by James Purser on Mon 10 11 2008 12 20 As I continue on this gardening kick I ve been looking at exploring the whole fertiliser concept While I think I ve got the compost concept down I haven t turned my hand to creating organic fertilisers yet So the other day I decided to try and make some liquid green manure For those of you who don t know what a green manure is essentially it s a plant that you either grow or harvest purely for the purpose of composting It can be anything from a bed of comfrey which I m told makes an excellent green manure or any non seeding weeds you find Blog Catagories Gardening Read more about Turning Weeds Into Usefulness James Purser s blog Add new comment More Of The Gardening Thing Submitted by James Purser on Sun 26 10 2008 10 46 Okay it s about time for another post in the epic saga that is

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  • Vale Neil Armstrong | James Purser
    eight years after he took his momentus steps of the Lunar Module and the space race of my early years was shuttle launches Mir and Challanger I never got to sit glued to the TV watching as he hopped off the bottom step of the LM ladder onto the dusty surface Yet I feel as if I personally have suffered a loss as if a member of my extended family has died I think part of it is the fact that with the passing of Armstrong we re really seeing the passing of the age of human exploration of space In the years between Armstrongs first footsteps and today we ve been to the moon and then fallen back into orbit content to let robots and very cool drones take the lead If we truly want to honour Neil Armstrong if we truly want to give him the send off he deserves we as a world should commit to putting a woman on the moon by 2020 and putting a man and a woman on Mars by 2030 They did it in 9 years Surely we can do it in 7 and a half Blog Catagories Space James Purser s blog Add new comment Comments I know exactly what you mean Permalink Submitted by Stevie C on Mon 27 08 2012 09 13 Hi I only just found this blog because of a search for Vale Neil Armstrong and when I read your post about him I knew I felt EXACTLY the same way so thank you for your post I was born 6 months before Apollo 11 landed and when I was growing up in the 70s and 80s in the UK I loved all things NASA and still do really Neil Armstrong s death for me does indeed

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  • Future | James Purser
    07 2009 09 49 While getting my morning twitter fix this morning I came across this post by Jeff Astronauts are in the Command Service Module now almost all the way to the Moon poking around in the Eagle 47 hours until landing After a brief period of wondering whether he d either ingested some good honest Yass herb or had infact invented a time machine I came across wechoosethemoon

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  • apple | James Purser
    here Home apple It s a little bit cranky Submitted by James Purser on Thu 10 03 2011 22 53 I m a little cranky so I thought I d get it off my chest Let s start with Google

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  • wave in a box | James Purser
    November I m going to taking my second international trip of the year with a trip to San Francisco to attend the Wave Summit at Googles San Fran Office The Summit is going to be a meeting of the minds between the Google developers still working on Wave and doing a bang up job of getting the Wave In A Box project up and running and the small but slowly

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  • google | James Purser
    Tech google Read more about Dear Google Why the hell can t I sell in the marketplace James Purser s blog 4 comments Add new comment My first Android App Submitted by James Purser on Sat 06 02 2010 15 18 Well here s my first Android App Essentially it s a recreation of my Google Wave Robot OpenAusBot well at least the House of Reps member search Right now

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  • Revue Update Update and a Rant | James Purser
    update worked in fact half a dozen apps that had until now refused to update updated So now I have a nice shiny new Google Play Store on my Revue but unless I either setup my own vpn setup or pay for one of the commercial ones I m still restricted as to what content we get to view This is nuts In order for me to do the right thing and pay for content I wish to consume I have to do the following Purchase the services of a commercial VPN provider who will allow me to pretend I m from either the US or UK Acquire a US Credit Card Acquire a US address for both said Credit Card and access to say Amazon or Google Movies Music Then pay for the service itself The next time someone bitches to me about piracy I m going to point them at that process and then I m going to tell them that the shocking thing isn t that people pirate it s that people actually do the above They WANT to reward the content producers for their work they WANT to access services in a way that means they

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